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Just What You’ve Been Waiting For: The WordFest Live 2021 Schedule of Events Has Been Posted!!


You’ve met our outstanding lineup of speakers. Here’s your chance to see the topics and how they’re laid out over the four regions and 24-hour time frame.

Covering everything from WordPress to well-being, our speakers are gearing up to deliver a wide variety of talks with live Q&A to support them. Take your time to look through all we have to offer and choose the viewing experience that’s right for you.

While you’re planning your day, make sure to leave time to explore our virtual festival. Our one-of-a-kind venue allows you to easily chat with the sponsors and hang out with fellow attendees at our conversation tables. Our unique event has a lot to offer everyone.

Excited? So are we!!

Don’t wait. Register today to claim your spot and stay up-to-date with other announcements like these. It’s completely FREE, with all donations going to support Big Orange Heart and remote workers around the globe.

And speaking of not missing out, there are still a few opportunities available to be a sponsor. Head over to the Call for Sponsors page and get yours now before they’re all gone.

Working with a smaller budget, but still want to give back? We’ve got you covered. Micro sponsorships are a great way to get noticed and do a little more to support the well-being of the remote working community.

Can’t wait to see you at WordFest Live 2021!!!

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